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[ WaiverCan appended this reply on December 15, 2019 @ 8:46 pm ]
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I think you need to "re-evaluate" how Homeland Security works. Imagine your an officer doing waivers all day. The waivers are complete, the letters sincere and heartfelt, and people are begging to be let into the United States.
Then, you get an application that says "you already have my information. Look it up".
I think if I was that officer, I would send you a request for DOUBLE the information I would normally need.
Your ASKING a foreign country for entry, and they said yes. Upon renewal, you KNOW if you give them what they want, they will say yes. But out of sheer (you can decide what) you decided to NOT do it the way they like.
You want to spend less effort to get a waiver, than I expended in writing this. LOL
I-194 waiver forum, to assist in the I-192 waiver application process. Waiver wait times. Canadians who have been denied entry into the U.S..
Canada; Palau; Federated States of Micronesia; Marshall Islands. Note: If you are seeking admission under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) under INA section ...
The waiver( I-194) i have is for 5 years and expires Feb 13, 2022. I need to be in the U.S April 8-13.
The telephone message is that the renewal progam is cancelled and has been for some trime
I do not know if the I 194 is automatically extended or if a waiver can be obtained to cover my trip.
This is what should be done first, but who do you speak to to do it?
If you can do this , let me know, please
I have an 1-194 5 year temporary admission to the U.s pursuant to Section 2129D)(3)(A)(ii) for business and pleasure (B1/B2) that expires on Feb 13, 2022/ I have an imporant family afffair on April 8.to Apr 13, 2022. My son and family reside in New York City.
I have tired but have ben unsuccessful to get the service required as the renewal of the i-194 service remains closed.
Would I be eligible to get an extension to attend my 12 year old granddaughters religious services and family reception to my presently issued 10-194 ir some other way to attend?
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